“Wylfa Newydd will make a significant contribution to the low-carbon baseload power generation capacity in the UK for decades to come. Globally Black & Veatch has supported nuclear projects for more than 60 years. At Wylfa Newydd, we will combine our world-class expertise of ABWR technology with our proven ability to successfully deliver UK power generation projects,” said Matt Lee, Vice President and Director of Nuclear, Black & Veatch. Wylfa Newydd is being developed by Horizon Nuclear Power and is expected to start generating electricity in the mid 2020s. During peak construction the project will require up to 9,000 workers; once complete Wylfa Newydd will create up to 850 permanent jobs in North Wales. Working with Wood, who are the Architect Engineer support partner to Hitachi, Black & Veatch’s contribution will include the provision of technical services to support contracts required for the engineering, procurement and construction of Wylfa Newydd. “This win marks a key milestone in our journey to diversify the client base and markets Black & Veatch serves in the UK. Wylfa Newydd also meets our goal of broadening the career development opportunities we can offer our professionals,” added Peter Hughes, Director of Business Development (Europe), Black & Veatch. “Throughout 2018 we have been announcing wins in the UK energy market. With Wylfa Newydd, we are ending the year on a high.” Editor's Notes: In early 2018, Black & Veatch was awarded the Owner’s Engineer contract to support UK Power Reserve to deliver 160 MW of gas power projects. In February 2018 Black & Veatch was awarded the contract to lead the development consent order process for the Wyre 900 megawatt (MW) combined cycle gas turbine project in Fleetwood, UK. In March 2018 Black & Veatch was selected to provide detailed design services for InterGen's 299 MW new build, open-cycle gas turbine project in Spalding, UK. Also in March, Black & Veatch was engaged on a three-year technical and consultancy framework to support E.ON’s UK Business Heat and Power Solutions' biomass and combined heat and power operations. Black & Veatch has been involved in more than 200 GW of power generation projects globally - encompassing thermal, solar, tidal, wind, biomass, hydro and nuclear For more than 60 years, Black & Veatch has provided full service nuclear power planning, engineering, procurement and construction capabilities. Media Contact Information: MALCOLM HALLSWORTH | +44 1737 856594 p | +44 7920 701764 m | HallsworthM@BV.com24-HOUR MEDIA HOTLINE | +1 866 496 9149 0 About Black & Veatch Black & Veatch is an employee-owned, global leader in building critical human infrastructure in Energy, Water, Telecommunications and Government Services. Since 1915, we have helped our clients improve the lives of people in over 100 countries through consulting, engineering, construction, operations and program management. Our revenues in 2017 were US$3.4 billion. Follow us on www.bv.com and in social media. Related Insights Four Big Trends in Gas-to-Power Hold Promise for U.S. Market Major energy shifts are afoot, and the United States will play a critical role going forward. The EIA projects that by 2022, the U.S. will become a net energy exporter, according to its newly released Annual Energy Outlook 2018. For natural gas, this shift will happen even earlier, around 2020, the EIA says. Market Strives to Deliver Over Pipeline Challenges As if the persistent low-price environment wasn’t enough, rampant natural gas production in the Appalachian and Permian Basins is ramping up concern that pipeline take-away capacity can’t keep up. This comes as the United States natural gas industry prepares to enter one of its strongest growth periods to date, driven by increasing global demand for low cost natural gas supplies and growing domestic demand for cleaner energy sources. Southeast Asia’s Journey Toward a Cleaner Energy Future Strong economic growth, low gas prices and environmental goals are transforming natural gas demand in Southeast Asia. FLNG Solutions Prove To Be Much More Than Potential It was roughly a decade ago when the initial introduction of floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) solutions sought to help bring uneconomic gas reserves offshore, such as those in remote locations, to the market. Over the past few years, however, we’ve watched as offshore FLNG capabilities have moved closer to the mainland, offering a very flexible and economical solution to operators looking to offload their supply around the world. Liquefied Natural Gas Continues Growth Trajectory While Challenges Linger In the United States, it’s become somewhat of a modern gold rush: drillers racing to free deeply trapped natural gas to quench rising global demand, fueled by an accelerating migration away from coal and the desire for cleaner-burning, greener power options.